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Added 'include' configuration parameter #261

merged 1 commit into from Jan 15, 2012


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lukebayes commented Dec 31, 2010

Ran into this issue:

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This fix should allow us to add an 'include' configuration parameter in order to force jekyll to process files that it currently ignores and excludes from the resulting destination.

Added support for 'include' configuration parameter. This parameter
should work just like 'exclude', except it gives us the ability
to enumerate any files that should not be ignored - even if they
begin with the dastardly dot or underscore.

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nemtsov commented Feb 27, 2011

+1 Great feature. It's impossible to fully include the dojo toolkit without it, as dojo uses a number of _ directories internally.


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lukebayes commented May 11, 2011

Any chance this will get pulled in?




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wolframarnold commented Oct 16, 2011


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mattgoldman commented Dec 4, 2011


@mojombo mojombo merged commit 717a254 into jekyll:master Jan 15, 2012


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jsh2134 commented Mar 14, 2012



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dram commented Aug 14, 2012

Does the version used in GitHub Pages include this feature? I have had a try, but with no luck.

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